WWE legend is finally retiring at WrestleMania 34 after 19-years in the company. Wow, what a feat!
The World’s largest athlete’s deal comes to an end having won the World Heavyweight Champion 7 times in the span of his wrestling career. And he has vowed not to made a fuss about the whole retirement saga but to ‘ride off into the sunset and disappear’
While there are speculations here and there that the WWE legend Big Show has seemingly retired from wrestling after his contract expired. Word is that Big Show will be officially bow off the wrestling world in the forth coming WrestleMania; WrestleMania 34. The 46-year-old 7ft monster’s 19-year run with the company officially ended this week.
And the seven-time World Heavyweight Champion, real name Paul Wight, looks like he has now officially quit the fight game. He confirmed in an interview with SportingNews.com that he wanted to retire peacefully and without a fuss. Now he won’t be putting that plan into action with no official word from him or WWE. He would appear at WrestleMania 34 and bid fans GOODBYE.
When quizzed over what he will do after his deal elapsed, he confirming he would no longer be wrestling. Big Show said: “No last matches, no fanfare, just ride off into the sunset and disappear, was what he intended doing but fans pressure made him change his mind later as we shall see soon at WrestleMania 34.
“That’s more my style. I’ll find something else to do that is inspiring—and let these new kids take the business and the reigns and let them build the future. “I wish them all luck. Everything changes. We’ve got a great group of talent that deserves the spotlight.”
Big Show added: “I may work in some sort of ambassador capacity for WWE. “I’m going to try to pursue a course with this Jetsons cartoon. “I’ve pestered Seth Green, who is like the cartoon king, to get me some more cartoons. “I’ll try to do some more films, and that’s my transition.
“I’ve had a great career and I’m really thankful for everyone I’ve worked with, but everything comes to an end.” Big Show has not been seen on WWE TV since undergoing hip surgery back in September.
Show leaves the company as a four-time WWE Champion and is a surefire to enter the Hall of Fame at a later date.